The Common Folk’s Spring Summer 2017 collection is a tongue-in-cheek mix of traditional Japanese silhouettes and athleisure, decked in the season’s colors and patterns. The headliner is a kimono-length reversible sukajan, but all the pants are fire.
Maharishi continues its peaceful military style with its spring/summer 2017 collection. The Tiger Stripe Murale features various apparel adorned with eye-catching camo. Some are reversible, but the highlight of the drop is the fishtail parka with reflective 3M fabric.
Designer Michael “DinoMike” Buxton combines two iconic Japanese images, as Gojira himself stomps through the Great Wave off Kanagawa. Available on t-shirts, notebooks, wall art, phone cases, tote bags, throw pillows, and even an awesome duvet cover for your bed.
Animals and t-shirts go together like peanut butter and chocolate. So there’s sure to be a design you love in Sharp Shirter’s collection of animal tees, which feature everything from an a kitten with an RPG launcher to sloth on a stripper pole, and of course, bear pong.
The Violent Gents offer various goodies for hockey fanatics, reminding us that it’s the brawls, black eyes, busted teeth, and blood that made the sport great. We also love their Wayne’s World wear, their car fresheners, and their campaign slogan. (Thanks Mike!)
HUF and Thrasher Magazine’s early Holiday special for skaters. The Tour de Stoops collection features 90’s style tees, shirts, socks and caps as well as coach jackets, anoraks and shoes. The two brands also made a skate video to complement their collection.
You won’t be able to hide easily in this eyecatching take on the camouflage print, this long-sleeve tee is constructed from two authentic military patterns, stitched straight down the middle. Also in a short-sleeve variant, though we prefer the grey/green color scheme.
The much-awaited collaboration between Nike’s Jordan brand and Drake’s record label OVO Sound is out now. Or most likely sold out already. The collection is highlighted by a white and champagne Jordan XII, but we’ve got our eyes on the oversized Jumpman logo hoodie.